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  • MUSEU DE LISBOA

Conversation Horticulturists of eight hundred | Lisbon Gardens Exhibition

A look at the gardens in Lisbon from the 1800s: actors, places and landscapes. Botanical, horticultural and pedagogical essays by Francisco Margiochi and Frederico Daupias. With Ana Duarte Rodrigues, coordinator of the Interuniversity Center for the History of Science and Technology (CIUHCT / FCUL) and the exhibition's curators, Daniela Araújo and Mário Nascimento.

  • Ana Duarte Rodrigues co-organized with Teresa Andresen the major exhibition on “Jardins Históricos” held at the National Library between 21 June 2020 and 21 March 2021 in the context of Lisbon Green Prize 2020. Two of the exhibition’s nucleus – on villas and monastic enclosures – were based on AQUA’s project and the logo is stamped on the exhibition’s layout.

Link of exhibition

BOOK:

Historic Gardens of Portugal: Memory & Future. Teresa Andresen (coord.). Lisbon: CML, 2020. ISBN: 978-972-8543-59-4. 261 pages.

Ana Duarte Rodrigues signs the Incomplete Memories and is part of the Scientific and Technical Advisory team.

GUIDED VISIT TO THE "OS JARDINS NOS FUNDOS DA BIBLIOTECA NACIONAL: QUINTAS DE RECREIO"

Guided visit to the “Os jardins nos fundos da Biblioteca Nacional: Quintas de Recreio” (The gardens at the back of the National Library: recreational farms) by Ana Duarte Rodrigues, principal investigator of the AQUA project, professor at the Department of History and Philosophy of Sciences, coordinator of the Interuniversity Center for the History of Sciences and Technology (CIUHCT) of the University of Lisbon and scientific advisor of this exhibition module. The presentation is part of the webinar on October 15, 2020 entitled “Das cercas conventuais e das quintas de recreio” (Convent fences and recreational farms), within the scope of the cultural program of the exhibition “Jardins Históricos de Portugal – Memória e Futuro” (Historical Gardens of Portugal – Memory and Future), organized by the Portuguese Association of Historic Gardens and by the Lisbon City Council / Lisbon European Green Capital Team 2020. The exhibition opened on June 18, 2020 and is on display at the National Library until March 21, 2021.

  • Chapter in Book:

Rodrigues, A. D. -“Memórias incompletas. Jardins Portugueses nos Fundos da Biblioteca Nacional”, Jardins Históricos, pp. 23-35.


GUIDED VISIT TO THE "OS JARDINS NOS FUNDOS DA BIBLIOTECA NACIONAL: CERCAS CONVENTUAIS"

Guided visit to the “Os jardins nos fundos da Biblioteca Nacional: Cercas Conventuais” (The gardens at the back of the National Library: Convent Fences) by Ana Duarte Rodrigues, principal investigator of the AQUA project, professor at the Department of History and Philosophy of Sciences, coordinator of the Interuniversity Center for the History of Sciences and Technology (CIUHCT) of the University of Lisbon and scientific advisor of this exhibition module. The presentation is part of the webinar on October 15, 2020 entitled “Das cercas conventuais e das quintas de recreio” (Convent fences and recreational farms), within the scope of the cultural program of the exhibition “Jardins Históricos de Portugal – Memória e Futuro” (Historical Gardens of Portugal – Memory and Future), organized by the Portuguese Association of Historic Gardens and by the Lisbon City Council / Lisbon European Green Capital Team 2020. The exhibition opened on June 18, 2020 and is on display at the National Library until March 21, 2021.

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  • "As Hortas de Lisboa" at the Lisbon Museum with the participation of Ana Duarte Rodrigues



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Ana Duarte Rodrigues was a scientific consultant for the exhibition Hortas de Lisboa. From the Middle Ages to the 21st century, which has two centers inspired by the book Horticultura para Todos (BNP, 2017), having produced the texts for the exhibition catalog, which also falls under the Lisbon Capital Green European 2020 award.

It is from the reflection on ideas of sovereignty, security and food sustainability of cities that this exhibition was born, opened on October 22, which includes historical and contemporary views.

Going back to medieval times to discover vegetable gardens in the heart of the city (Praça da Figueira, Rossio, Martim Moniz), the future is also envisaged through the latest techniques that exist to build and maintain an urban, resilient and sustainable garden.

The ethnographic research carried out by the Museum of Lisbon brings us the diversity of gardeners in this city, revealing the way in which horticultural practice has appropriated public spaces and the challenges that face the food supply of large cities.

This exhibition was produced by the Lisbon Museum in partnership with the Lisbon City Council.

NOITE EUROPEIA DOS INVESTIGADORES | 2020

https://noitedosinvestigadores.org


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ENCONTRO CIÊNCIAS | 2020

https://www.encontrociencia.pt/



GARDENS, AGRICULTURE AND COSMOLOGY WITH ANA DUARTE RODRIGUES

In this episode of the “Academic conversations on the history of astrology” of the Astra Project, Ana Duarte Rodrigues, principal investigator of the AQUA project, professor at the Department of History and Philosophy of Sciences, coordinator of the Interuniversity Center for the History of Sciences and Technology (CIUHCT) of the University of Lisbon, talks about the interceptions of garden landscaping with cosmology and astrology in the 16th and 17th centuries.